- star_borderRindr Gunnhæiðrdóttir
- star_borderAlfgrímr Aluersonn
- star_borderÁsviðr Andræssonn
- star_borderAuðgerðr Alffinnadóttir
- star_borderHǫð Áshildrdóttir
- star_borderAnsugīslaz Brandgengisonn
- star_borderRinda Svæinadóttir
- star_borderBernhardus Ásoddrsonn
- star_borderSnotra Baugeiðrdóttir
- star_borderGeirbjǫrg Gróadóttir
- star_borderFraener Guðleifrsonn
- star_borderAndblaði Draflisonn
- star_borderÍgulfríðr Arnríðrdóttir
- star_borderYnghildr Geirrǫmuldóttir
- star_borderBaugi Aurnirsonn
- star_borderAcilinus Ánarrsonn
- star_borderAgvaldr Ásbrandrsonn
- star_borderAudon Alfbjǫrnsonn
- star_borderBaldvin Albiharjazsonn
- star_borderBófi Bjǫlrsonn
A gigantic generator filled to the brim with Old Norse names! However, with these names, you may not recognize how to say them. Well, fear not! Below we have a guide to get you going on how to pronounce some of the letters you may not recognize. If you would like to hear these sounds spoken aloud, Jackson Crawford has a great video on the pronunciations given below!
- Þ and þ - These characters have a soft "th" sound. In English, it would be like the words thing, with, and forth.
- Ð and ð - These charters have a hard "th" sound. In English, it would be like the words this, them, or other.
- Ø and Ö - These characters will have a sound in English similar to the "I" in words like Flirt, the "U" in Burt, or the "O" in Word.
- Æ and æ - These characters will have the sound of an "A" in certain words. In English it would have an A sound similar to that found in the words: rad, cat, bat, or sad.
- Ǫ and ǫ - This will have a sound similar to the "O" sound that someone from New Jersey might say "Coffee"